The past is now, or the future in an old suit, so I could briefly describe the new 2014 VW Bulli. Retro look of the new VW models will probably be one of the great strengths, though there are waiting for a lot of equipment, cost, modern design, retro interior and much more. I can already like, and you?
In fact, VW has produced MPV that the price could be more affordable and more convenient than Bullie, but retro design should attract new customers to a “completely different level.” The five-passenger van would use the next-gen Golf as its underpinnings, and possibly would come as either a hybrid diesel or even an electric-only vehicle, like the concept shown in Geneva this past spring. And unlike the present Transporter, which has really ballooned from the compactness of the original Microbus of the 1950s and ’60s, the Bulli is small and squat.
Because of that and to save money on certification to U.S. standards we’d guess the 2014 Volkswagen Microbus will come here with front-wheel drive only and one or more of the three powerplants already used in other American-market VWs: 170 horsepower 2.5 liter 5 cylinder, 200 horsepower 2.0 liter turbo-four, and 140 horsepower 2.0 liter TDI turbodiesel four. Transmissions should also be familiar fare: standard 6 speed manual and, depending on engine, either a conventional 6 speed automatic or a 6 speed automated manual that functions in much the same way. The super eco friendly and high fuel efficient plus the prima design of luxury vx bulli microbus edition. The spacious and modern technology is setting up the interior with beautiful and sophisticated look. The price of 2014 VW Bulli is starting at $30,000.